A green energy company heavily incentivized by Mississippi is shutting down, raising questions about whether the state will get repaid.
JPMorgan Chase said on Tuesday it would acquire online payment provider WePay as the bank looks to integrate payments into software used by small businesses.
Israel Aerospace Industries says it has formed a joint venture with Korean company Hankuk Carbon to make unmanned aircraft together.
The Weinstein Company has entered talks for a sale of the bulk of its assets with private equity firm Colony Capital.
Food services company Aramark said on Monday it would buy Avendra, majority owned by Marriott International and uniform and linen supplier AmeriPride Services for a total of $2.35 billion, before tax benefit adjustments.
T-Mobile U.S. Inc and Sprint Corp plan to announce a merger agreement without any immediate asset sales, as they seek to preserve as much of their spectrum holdings and cost synergies as they can before regulators ask for concessions, according to people familiar with the matter.
If the world's major agriculture companies go ahead with planned mergers and gain greater control of the way food is produced, farmers will face higher costs and food will eventually become more expensive to buy, a panel of experts said on Friday.
Shaw Industries, the country's biggest carpet maker, is buying a Tennessee-based producer of digital carpet samples and design tools.
The heads of Toshiba's memory chip business and Bain Capital, the investment fund buying it, say they hope to close the deal by March despite persisting opposition from Toshiba's U.S. joint venture partner Western Digital.
German pharmaceutical giant Bayer AG has reached a 5.9 billion euro ($7 billion) deal to sell parts of its Crop Science unit to German chemical company BASF to alleviate regulatory concerns over its planned takeover of U.S. seed and weed-killer company Monsanto Co. Monsanto last year accepted an offer from Bayer to pay $57 billion to its shareholders and assume $9 billion in debt.
BASF has agreed to buy significant parts of Bayer's seed and non-selective herbicide businesses for 5.9 billion euros ($7 billion) in cash, the two companies said on Friday.
Pfizer may be done selling ChapStick, Advil, Robitussin and other brands that people can buy without a prescription.
Honeywell is spinning off businesses worth more than $7 billion, but holding on to its lucrative aerospace division.
Pharmacy-benefits manager Express Scripts Holding Co. will buy privately-held eviCore healthcare for $3.6 billion, bolstering its medical benefit management services.
Pfizer may sell its consumer health care business, which includes the Advil brand, as part of a strategic review.
Pfizer said on Tuesday it was considering the sale or spin-off of its consumer healthcare business, shaking up the industry and potentially putting a headache pill to lip balm operation worth as much as $14 billion up for grabs.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Chief Executive Officer Sergio Marchionne said on Monday he was not sure consolidation with China's Great Wall Motor Co Ltd was the answer, pushing back against the Chinese automaker's earlier expressed interest in his company.
U.S. smartphone chipmaker Qualcomm has offered concessions in an attempt to allay EU antitrust concerns over its $38-billion bid for NXP Semiconductors, the largest ever in the semiconductor industry.
Family-owned Adams Publishing Group is acquiring the media division assets of the Pioneer News Group Co. in a deal that includes 22 daily and weekly newspapers in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Utah.
Kellogg Co. plans to buy niche protein-bar company RXBAR for $600 million, joining other big food makers in tapping new brands to make up for falling sales of sugary, processed products.